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    This is getting frustrating!

    If a mod could delete this thread it would be great. I started one in the regular husbandry section.
    Last edited by chromeitout; 02-08-2010 at 08:39 PM. Reason: Duplicate thread
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    Re: This is getting frustrating!

    Well its winter so that causes many BP's to go off feed. When females beging their breeding cycle that will make them go off feed. I have found that ambient temps under 82 degrees can cause many to fo off feed. I would chaulk it up to the time of year. I definately am having more refusals that other times of the year. Then again I have many that are approaching ovulation so I wouldnt expect them to eat much. Some are going every other week. As long as they are healthy I wouldnt worry too much.

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